The rising yen skimmed some profits from an otherwise buoyant second quarter at Sony Corp.'s entertainment business.
Attorneys general in 23 states have banded together to investigate whether recent cable TV price increases are legal.
All American Communications Inc. lost $ 110,000, or 2 cents a share, in its third quarter, compared to a net income of $ 31,000 (1 cents) in the like period a year ago. Revenue was $ 16.5 million, up…
President Clinton's solid win on NAFTA in the House of Representatives Wednesday represents good news for a U.S. entertainment industry heavily dependent on open markets worldwide.
With interactive media phone numbers filling up Hollywood Rolodexes, the Writers Guild of America West has hired attorney Joel Block to dial it into the brave new world of interactivity.
The FCC on Wednesday fired off letters to Tele-Communications Inc. and 15 individual cable TV systems nationwide asking them to justify changes in cable rates and services undertaken in anticipation…
The U.S. Dept. of Justice and the FCC this week filed a joint legal brief asking an appellate court to overturn a judge's ruling allowing telephone company giant Bell Atlantic to provide cable TV…
Members of Sony Pictures Entertainment's 60-person, in-house security force said Tuesday that they plan an organized sick-in today after being notified by company officials that they will be replaced…